It’s just as important to not eat meat as it is to eat meat
Story Date: 12/23/2019
Publisher: Seattle Met
Author: Allecia Vermillion
Remember that hot minute about a decade ago when chefs posed for photos with pigs slung over their shoulders and the food media hailed butchers as a new, carcass-carving form of celebrity? In 2020 a leading-edge butcher looks more like Lauren Garaventa, long brown hair wadded in a haphazard knot as she trims lamb ribs and stuffs casings to make salt and pepper sausage. She’s an outlier in her field not because, OMG you guys, she’s a lady butcher. But because she’s the sort of butcher who, with every mug of bone broth and snack plate of smoky bacon, encourages people to eat fewer animals.
Place Category: Food & Drink
Story Category: Review of a Place